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Blawg Review #46: nudity, IP and pessimism

Frank talk from the Web's "premier student blog" in the words of blogger Sean Sirrine of Objective Justice. And I agree with him. De Novo flinches from nothing in Blawg Review #46, from pessimism to Top IP Cases of 2005 to (yay!) nudity. All this and more, delivered in the kind of tone that could dramatically improve the reputation lawyers have in this world:

"Ben Cowgill's On Legal Ethics informs us that lawyers had better start getting better at math. You think I'm kidding? Read this quote about the Supreme Court of Kansas: 'In that way, the Court effectively held as a matter of law that it is professional misconduct for a lawyer to "round up" a time entry, and thereby charge the client for more time than the lawyer actually devoted to the particular task, regardless of whether the dollar amount of the resulting charge (or the total fee) is reasonable or unreasonable.'"

Posted by Laurel Newby on February 27, 2006 at 03:15 PM | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack (0)

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